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CSS Formbuilder2 has multiple problems

Thread began 2/09/2012 6:52 pm by ernietamminga142573 | Last modified 2/16/2012 1:18 pm by ernietamminga142573 | 1250 views | 11 replies

ernietamminga142573

"From" is missing in generated EMail - other than that, SUCCESS!!

I'm VERY, VERY CLOSE to being "there".
The only thing lacking now is that Universal EMail ignores whatever I put in the "from" field -- the "sender" that I want to appear in the generated EMail message.
(I'm trying to use a constant, not a database field.)

"OVERALL" COMMENT ---
I'm realizing from our dialog that to really use FormBuilder effectively, one needs to know how to code php. I'm not a php coder and would very much prefer not to become one. The video-demo of FormBuilder on the WebAssist website gave me the impression that the visual interface would handle everything. Not really the case -- but anyway, with your help I've finally got *almost* 100% of what I've been trying to do.
I'm going to document, for myself, all the extra steps that are involved in implementing a form and emailing its contents to an administrator, beyond what you can do with just the visual interface. Gonna go do that quick now, before I forget some of the steps...
I'll be happy to share the resulting document, if anyone else might find it useful. (In my previous life, I was in charge of the technical-documentation group at a telecommunications software company.)

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